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Java eyes Longhorn look
Contributed by: G3nu1n3, at 6/28/2005 08:52:00 PM.

Sun Microsystems announced today the next version of Java will be Longhorn-ready.

While outlining the future of Java, executives at the annual JavaOne software developers conference in San Francisco told delegates the next release, code-named "Mustang", will have native support for Longhorn in its graphical user interface (GUI) toolkit, dubbed Swing.

"We know many Java developers need to target Windows because that is important so we're making sure Java Mustang runs really well and looks great on Longhorn," Graham Hamilton, VP and fellow in the Java platform team at Sun, said.

With the release of Microsoft's next generation operating system next year, Graham said Sun is already looking at the Longhorn build, to ensure "Swing applications will look good in Longhorn from day one".

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